Image via WikipediaI made a special trip to the grocery store last week to buy Kellogg's products. They were on sale, I had coupons, and even better, there's a Fuel for School $10 rebate on 10 products. I bought cereal, the Keebler cookies that Jeffrey likes so much, crackers, and the new Cinnabon bars that Deb reviewed a couple weeks ago - they looked so good, I just had to try them. With the sale and the coupons, I got all 10 items for around $15. Combine that with the $10 rebate, and that's goes down to $5 or around 50¢ per box or package.
Then I got home and read the rebate form more carefully. The Cinnabon bars and the Special K crackers weren't listed. I immediately emailed Kellogg's to clarify whether or not these products qualified for the rebate, and tried to figure out if I could go back to the store, grab a couple boxes of PopTarts or something and have them re-ring everything, if I had to - because all the products must be listed on the same receipt. Luckily, I don't have to do that because I got an email from Kellogg's last night letting me know that even though those products aren't listed on the rebate form, they still qualify because they are Kellogg's products.
There are so many Kellogg's products, I guess it would be impossible to list them all, wouldn't it? Thank you for getting back to me, Kellogg's. Now I can cut out UPCs and get my rebate ready to mail without worrying.
There's still time to get your own Kellogg's Fuel for School rebate. Buy your Kellogg's, Keebler, Sunshine, Morningstar Farms, and Eggo products by 9/30/09, send in the rebate form (get it here, lower right hand side), UPCs, and cash register receipt by 9/30, and get $10, plus a $70 coupon code from Dell, good toward select Dell Inspiron Mini and Studio laptops.